1928 Kettering & Scheidnecht wedding
OXDAY EVENING, MAX 28, 102*. OSS ABIGAIL KETTERING, OF ANNVILLE,ANDP.M.SCHEDNECHT, HAGERSTOWNJD,WERE WEDDED Annville, Pa.. May 28.— Mies ligall Kettering, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Alviu K. Kettering, on aturday afternoon became the brids Paige M. Sohaldnecht, of Hagers- wu. Md. The ceremony was per- rmed at 1:30 at the Phi Gamma elta fraternity house at Gettysburg ollege by Dr. Milton Valentine, .1 "ofessor at the college. The bride looked very charming nd sweet In an afternoon dress of rcbid georgette, with hat, shoes and ose of tan. She carried a pretty ouquet of yellow roees and lillles fth6 valley. Miss Betty Ketter- ig, sister of the bride, as maid of onor wore a pretty afternoon dresj f peach georgette. Hat, shoes and ose in grey completed her costume :enry Siechrist, of Philadelphia, cted as best man. A reception followed at the fra irnity house with all the fraternltj rothers and friends among th uesta. Taking off in an alrplan rom the Gettysburg flying field [ley next enjoyed a short ride ove ,e battlefield. Mr. and Mrs. Scheldnecht are now (ending several days in the Pocono? Ifter which they will go on t jhiladelphia, where Mr. Scheldnech ill graduate from the Jefferson :e<lical echool next week. They pict to make their (home in that cit Ihlle the young doctor takes up hie pterneshi-p at the medical school. I The bride is a graduate of the Innville high sdhool and of Cedar Irest College, Allento-wn. Since J-aduating from the latter, she fcted as private secretary to 'A. S. |relder, of the Krelder shoe com- uny. . Following his graduation from th-> lettyriburg college, Mr; Scheldnecht titered Jefferson medical school of Ihiladel-phia. Mr. and Mrs. Kettering and fam- relatlves and .friends including Jie office force of the Krelder shoe |>mpa.ny motored to Gettysburg to lltness the ceremony. ommittee In charge of the social nd. The anniversary was a decided ucceas and as some put 1'.—"the best et," « Musical Treat Having held regular rehearsals durMg the winter months, the Vashlngton Cornet band will make heir initial bow previous to busy summer season, tomorrow evening, j n a concert given under the aus- )lces of.the American Legion. Work- ng under the direction of Joseph L'armany, the band has attained new I aelgfhts, and they are sure to meet | with even greater favor this summer than ever before. The following engagements bave been accepted—May 30, Memorial Day .parade, homo; June 2, Stevens fire company, New Holland, Lancaster Lancaster county; June 9, community picnic. Sunset; June 16, Good Will fire company, of Myerstown, at'Pal- myra; June 23, Rescue fire company auxiliary, of AnnvMle, for picnic ac Fredericksburg park; July 4, Community Community celebration, Ephratia; July 21, Stevens fire company carnlvil, Slovens; July 28, Rocherty XJ. B. picnic, Rocherty; August 4, Grant- vtlle U. B. picnic, Grantvilte; Aug.' 11, Fontana TJ. B. picnic, Fontanv. ugust 18, Beme church picnic, at erne church. • S. S. Class Met at Loose Home "Rally Champions,'" s Sunday chool class of the First Lutheran hurch, taught by Miss Violet Walers Walers *net last week at the home of liss Mary Loose, Railroad street. \.fter discussing various business matters, delicious refreshments were erved. -The following were present: Misses Violet Walters, Merle Becker Charotte Charotte Apple, Verna and Erma Heagy. Hilda Bowman, Verna Boltz Viola and Mary Rohland, Mary Sholley, Margaret Rice and Mary Loose.